If you, like millions of men, are living with incontinence there are things you can do to improve your symptoms. Certain lifestyle changes, devices, and medical interventions can help you feel more like yourself. Exploring solutions can help you feel more in control of your bladder and your life.    Adopt lifestyle changes Incontinence can […]

Urinary incontinence is among the most frustrating health conditions that can affect a person. Male urinary incontinence involves a loss of urine that’s completely unintentional. For some men, this issue can be brought about by stress. For others, it may involve a sudden urge to urinate that can’t be prevented. This is a serious condition […]

Living with incontinence can have an impact on your overall health, particularly your emotional health. Knowing what to expect can help you improve and protect yourself. It is possible to enjoy a good quality of life with incontinence. These tips can help.   Incontinence can increase stress levels It is estimated that nearly half of […]

Consumable supplies These include things like absorbent diapers and pads. They are not typically covered by Medicare or private insurance but may be covered by Medicaid.   Durable supplies These are things like catheters. They are typically covered by private insurers, Medicaid and Medicare. Men’s Liberty is a unique kind of catheter and is covered […]

Yeast infections Certain kinds of incontinence management systems put the skin at significant risk for infection. Absorbents and condom catheters, for example, expose the skin to too much moisture. Yeast or candida thrives in warm, moist conditions and when left untreated, can be painful.    UTI or urinary tract infections The male urinary system includes […]

Urinary incontinence or the accidental leakage of urine can happen at any age. Here are some of the most common causes.   Nerve damage Over time, diabetes can lead to nerve damage or diabetic neuropathy. One consequence is incontinence, which can happen at any age. Because nerves send signals that communicate between the brain and […]

It’s ok to change your doctor. Here are some signs to know when it’s right to change:   Your doctor doesn’t seem to listen or understand your concerns Managing incontinence can be unnecessarily challenging without the right doctor or medical advice. Part of getting to the right advice is listening closely. If your doctor brushes […]

Soap and water are the most important tools for keeping catheters clean and staying sanitary. Here’s your game plan. Lather up According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) removing germs with handwashing can help prevent colds, diarrhea, respiratory infections, and even eye and skin infections. Handwashing is also important for keeping your catheter clean […]

The bladder is an organ that we use every day, and yet for most of us, we don’t really stop to think about our bladder or how it functions until it stops working correctly. When this happens, we embark upon a crash course in bladder information, from anatomy and architecture to form and function. For […]

Summer is here which means long travels to the beach, swimming and exploring. It can be an exciting time for you and your family, but it can also be stressful because of your incontinence. It is important to take back control of your life and your bladder, especially when you are trying to enjoy a […]